The Editors: CURA. magazine ’s Ilaria Marotta & Andrea Baccin on their passion for art and Rome

Scan any art newsstand and your eyes will be sure to lock onto the latest issue of CURA. Magazine with its striking cover of artworks by international emerging and established artists. Founded by Ilaria Marotta and Andrea Baccin in 2009, CURA. has fast become the art crowd’s favorite read thanks to its commitment to the […]

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Art Experience Find: Inhotim Brazil

Art lovers take note: there is a new addition to your bucket list. Ensconced in the Brazilian municipality of Brumadinho lies the open-air contemporary art center and botanical garden, Inhotim. Inaugurated in 2004 by Brazilian mining magnate Bernado Paz, Inhotim is now home to over 1300 contemporary art works with 23 site-specific pavilions. Paz’s extensive […]

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Art Gallery Find: MATE Museo Mario Testino Lima

MATE Museo Mario Testino Lima | Art Hotspot

Celebrated photographer Mario Testino, best known for his iconic imagery of the world’s most famous supermodels has converted a pristine art deco house situated in the colourful Barranco area into an art space that displays some of his most recognizable works as well as temporary exhibitions from Peruvian and international artists. MATE Museo Mario […]

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Art Gallery Find: Revolver Galeria Lima

Revolver Galeria Lima | Art Hotspot

Originally set up by musician Renzo Gianella and artist Giancarlo Scaglia as a platform to advance the local contemporary art scene, Revolver Galeria presents the new guard of young Latin American artists in its Miraflores gallery space. Together with a strong international artist residency program the gallery’s aim is to breed artistic exchange and dialogue […]

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Contemporary Art Find: MAC Lima

MAC Lima | Art Hotspot

Opened in 2013, MAC Lima is the city’s newest art institution, which has been built inside a minimalistic, warehouse style structure on an expansive piece of land in the municipality of Barranco. With a permanent collection that includes works from famous Peruvian artists like Ramiro Llona and a regularly rotating roster of exhibitions, MAC Lima […]

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Art Gallery Find: Lucia de la Puente Galeria de Arte Lima

Lucia de la Puente Galeria de arte is one of Peru’s most prestigious and highly regarded contemporary art galleries. Situated in the bohemian arts district of Barranco, the multi-floor exhibition space inside a fully renovated historical mansion plays host to works from cutting-edge Peruvian artists such as Aldo Chaparro, Ramiro Llona and Mariella Agois. The […]

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Contemporary Art Hotspot: Zabludowicz Collection London

Once you can get your tongue around the pronunciation of the Zabludowicz Collection – Zah-blu-doh-vich – you will find yourself uttering one of London’s leading independent contemporary art collections. Founded by art world power couple Poju and Anita Zabludowicz, the private collection consists of over 500 established and emerging international artists, which include many unique […]

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Art Find: Fondazione Prada Milan

Fondazione Prada Milan - Art Hotspot

The brand new Fondazione Prada has been in the works for years, but after only weeks since opening it has already become a hotspot for culture in Milan. The long-awaited institution located in a former distillery, re-thought by Rem Koolhaas, is – as the architect explains – “not a preservation project and not a new […]

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Art Gallery Find: Hayward Gallery London

Hayward Gallery London | Art Hotspot

Architectural love or loathing towards the Hayward Gallery’s concrete façade aside, it is what’s inside this Sixties landmark on London’s Southbank complex that attracts the culture crowd into its brutalist core. Hayward Gallery presents several temporary exhibitions a year across two levels that broadly range from the classics through to the contemporary as well as […]

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Contemporary Art Find: Palais de Tokyo Paris

Palais de Tokyo Paris | Arts Hotspot_Henrique Oliveira

Three words have long epitomised the avant-garde in Paris in recent years. Palais de Tokyo has been defining creative accessibility since 2002 with its anti-museum aesthetic and multi-disciplinary ethos around contemporary art. Occupying a monumental building built for the Paris International Exhibition in 1937 in the 16th arrondissement, Palais de Tokyo presents a network of […]

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